Ubisoft informed everyone today that the Ghost Recon Wildlands Beta broke Ubisoft records for the number of people who played the beta during the time it was up.
According to Ubisoft, 6.8 million players played beta, which included both the open and closed versions. Ubisoft also provided some other numbers, which are quite astounding considering these beta periods were not very long. Apparently, over 2 billion minutes were played (that’s a lot of damn time) and more than 60% of all players who played were in co-op. The game is definitely more centered around having a group of four vs flying solo, but the game does support solo players.
Ubisoft also added a photo of other statics they gathered from the beta:
Ghost Recon Wildlands is launching on March 7th for Xbox One, PS4, and PC. By the look of these stats and just the sheer amount of players who entered the beta, my guess is this game is going to do quite well.